The woman, a resident of Chesterfield Township, Michigan, received more than 80 text messages within the first hour the ad was placed online, she told police. After the victim contacted police, they got a search warrant for Craigslist to find out the name of the person who put the ad online.
When the victim learned it was a friend of hers, she declined to press charges, Myers said. And the "friend" was appropriately remorseful, he said.
In the end, "All parties just kind of shrugged it off as a tasteless joke. Not all such incidents work out that way.
Last year, Tracy Wilder, of Florida, started getting knocks on her door, s and text messages after the wife of Wilder's ex-husband placed a steamy Craigslist ad in Wilder's name, giving out her phone and inviting men to come to Wilder's home, with children living there. That video interview is below.
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